Inside a Syrian refugee camp in Lebanon, uncanny stories filled with trauma and anguish are revealed. This trip through the body and mind will be creating an apocalyptic poem reflecting a chaotic reality.
Born in 1989 in Beirut, Lebanon. Nicolas Khoury studied Audiovisual Studies at Academie Libanaise Des Beaux Arts ALBA. Beside his work as film editor, he’s an independent filmmaker. His first two documentaries Al Hara and Beirut of the Balkans participated in Arab and International festivals. His latest documentary Resonances won the award of Best Documentary in the International Short Competition at Its’ All True Film Festival 2018 (Brazil) and the Tanit d’or for best short documentary at Journées Cinématographiques de Carthage in Tunis in 2018.
Al Hara (2012), Beirut of the Balkans (2015), Resonances (2017)